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Jan Crouch was born Janice Wendell Bethany in 1937.
She is linked to Southeastern University in Lakeland Florida, where Bethany Hall Residence was named after a close relative.
She is the co-founder, vice-president and director of programming of the Trinity Broadcasting Network, or TBN, the world's largest Christian television network.
Her father's family was originally of Jewish heritage but later became Christian. She married her husband Paul Crouch in 1958.
The Chronicle of Philanthropy in 2004 reported Mrs. Crouch's annual personal income as $361,000. According to Charity Navigator, TBN paid her $361,000 in 2004. Her husband, Paul Crouch earned $419,000, son Paul F. Crouch Jr. earned $105,803, and TBN has a rating of two out of four stars.
However, Mrs. Crouch has produced products for TBN such as videos that account for a portion of her income. Mrs. Crouch counts many celebrities as her personal friends including soap opera hunk Austin Peck.
and has built a hospital in Haiti for the underprivileged. She regularly visits underprivileged countries and distributes free toys and school supplies to needy children.
She has indicated that she never takes animal toys to Haiti because the Haitian children are fearful of them and associate them with Voodoo and black magic. Mrs. Crouch is an advocate for speaking in tongues. She has demonstrated tongue speaking on the Trinity Broadcasting Network.
In May 2003, TBN announced that Mrs. Crouch had been diagnosed with colon cancer. After having lymphatic surgery, her cancer went into remission.